This is the 5th volume of blogs, dedicated to the Search for Secular Ethics, as inspired by Dalai Lama. My search does not aspire to infallibility. I do hope, however, to stir readers' minds to join me in the search for ethics that would free us from the fundamentalistic dogmas of either science or religion. Feel free to comment on my 52 blogs. If you want to know how and even why a writer thinks, then this book is for you. The blogs explain what motivated me to write both, my fiction and my non-fiction. To date, forty times! Fiction is useful inasmuch it allows one to put into practice oneâ€™s philosophical a priori, and illustrate how they might work in the phenomenal reality. In the world, we perceive as real. On the other hand, non-fiction benefits from blogs, as it forces one to draw certain conclusions (no matter how transient), which otherwise might sound a little too theoretical, perhaps too scholarly, deprived of the spontaneity of â€˜eureka!â€™. Blogs, often no more than notes jotted down on the spur of the moment, are free from such restrictions. They also allow for a dose of humour, which might be inappropriate in a "scholarly dissertation". Hence, I hope youâ€™ll enjoy reading them even as I enjoyed jotting them down. In a way, they are written as much for you as for myself, as they clear my mind from superficialities which clutter my daily life. Finally, in some blogs, I share with you the opinions of my readers, who, apparently, with equal spontaneity expressed their opinions about some of my books. See if you agree with them.